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8 th Grade Computers Mrs. Schlaffman Class Expectations
Be on time - you must be sitting quietly and working on your bell assignment when the bell rings. Listen to instructions and then work quietly. Stay on task-do not waste time. Be polite and considerate--keep your hands to yourself, no name calling, say please and thank you, and don't interrupt. Be respectful to classmates, materials, and teachers.
Consequences 1. Verbal Warning. 2. Lost points and Detention 3. Office and no credit given.
Class Procedure Class Procedure: 1. Complete bell assignment. Bell Assignment: 1. Check white board for assignment. 2. Pick up necessary tools. 3. Sit down immediately. 4. Log into computer and SynchronEyes. 5. Open necessary programs. 6. Read through the handout. 2. Quietly listen to directions. 3. Quietly complete the assignment. 4. Sit until you are dismissed. 5. Log out. 6. Push in your chair.
Assignments Raise your hand for help. Be patient! Stay quiet and busy if you finish early. Not allowed to rush through an assignment. It is your responsibility to find out if you are missing any work. You can not change any computer settings.
Grading Every assignment is worth 10 points. You are graded on effort and behavior. Points are deducted for the following reasons: Being late to class. Behavior issues. Wasting time. Missing or incomplete work Distracted during instructions. Quizzes may be given if you are not listening to instructions. 1 point is deducted for every tardy. Any daily work not made up is worth 0 points.
Scoring Guide You are required to check the scoring guide before you print an assignment. This guide lists all that is needed to get an “A” on the assignment. It is located in my web site. Click on Scoring Guide and then click on 8 th grade. Effort and behavior are required on every assignment. Good Effort means: Work on the task until it is completed. Take your time and not rush. Push your self to continue even when it is difficult. View difficulties as opportunities to strengthen your understanding. Good Behavior means: Be on time - you must be sitting quietly and working on your bell assignment when the bell rings. Listen to instructions and then work quietly. Stay on task - don't waste time. Be polite and considerate--keep your hands to yourself, no name calling, say please and thank you, and don't interrupt. Be respectful to classmates, materials, and teachers.
When There is a Substitute Teacher Must do as the substitute asks—no arguing. Any behavior trouble—receive a 0. Any detentions given—will be doubled.
Internet Must turn in an Internet User Agreement Form ASAP. Only can be in sites that are listed on my web site. No surfing, unless it is for a project. All web sites are listed and linked from my web site: All sites opened are logged into history and the server. Any violations result in loss of Internet.
Other Information My web site: Bookmark it as a favorite.